Sports Injury Bracing
Sports Injury Bracing. Squash and Rugby players, runners and other athletes often wear knee braces for injuries during workouts and competitions.
The sport braces may simply assist or provide stability for unsteady knees, or sometimes the braces are worn after injuries or surgery to limit and control movement at the knee and protect the knee from further damage. Lots of athletes with knee troubles report that running feels easier and more sustainable when they are wearing a brace.
Different knee injuries means different types of knee braces. Our braces start at the original elastic knee sleeve that will help with swelling, to the more intense DJO Armour brace that has been designed for ACL,PCL injuries. Please consult with one of our professionals to get the right brace for your needs.
- Knee sprains
- ACL/PCL Injuries
- Meniscus tears
- Medial/Lateral compartment syndrome
- "Jumpers knee"
A very common knee problem is Medial or lateral compartment syndrome.
This is when the knee moves "bends" towards the inside or outside causing pain in the knee.
The design of the brace has been perfected to relief the pain on the affected side.
Visit the manufacturers website for all the details and make an appointment for an assessment with our professionals.
Most wrist splints are made from simple neoprene that supplies both warmth and compression to healing joints while providing mild support for the wrist injury. A thumb and wrist splint also provides support to the thumb. Most wrist splints and thumb and wrist splints contain metal or plastic splints to prevent flexion,
- Carpal tunnel syndrome
- Wrist sprains
- Distal hairline fractures (Very mild fractures)
Ankle sprains happens daily to almost anyone. This brace helps support the ankle after a sprain to help the injured structures recover.
The brace is also used by trail runners and netball players as a prophylactic measure because it fits into most sport shoes.
- Ankle sprains
- Prophylactic treatment
- Strengthening ankles